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EUREKA - A Eureka City Council candidate is offering a $1,000 reward for information identifying those who vandalized his campaign signs.

John Fullerton had at least seven signs that were spray-painted with a black “X”, and another seven were stolen over the last two weeks. At a cost of $7 to $10 each, Fullerton says the expense adds up. He also said he’s considering leaving the signs...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 17:24

CRESCENT CITY – Caltrans met with Del Norte County for updates regarding possible alternate routes through Crescent City and Wilson Creek.

With landslides, frequent accidents, and the ongoing construction, it becomes concerning to the community of Del Norte County.

A meeting was held at the Council Chambers to discuss what’s next for the Last Chance Grade project.


Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 17:13

HOOPA-The day has finally arrived as just about every Hoopa Valley High School student received their brand new iPad, awarded to them through the ConnectED Apple Grant.

"This is the first day that our students get their iPad, they’ve been hearing about it for two years but this is the first day they’ve gotten to see them, hold them, play with them,” said Dustin Rossman, Hoopa Valley...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 16:33

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - As part of the ongoing efforts to create affordable homeless housing alternatives, AHHA is hoping North Coast residents will be a part of the solution to help launch a tiny house village.

With funds garnered from this holiday season campaign, the agency plans to purchase a parcel of land so that a village with tiny homes, community kitchens, gardens, restrooms and...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 15:50

KLAMATH- The results are in for the Yurok Tribe elections, which was held Wednesday.

For the East District, Joseph James beat Laura Borden with three-fourths of the votes. In the South District Lana McCovey won against Sarah Smoker, with about 70% of the votes. Mindy Natt ran unopposed for the Pecwan District.

To certify the results, the election board will hold a meeting on...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 14:07

NORTH COAST- Fire alarms helped alert neighbors in Wednesday's Humboldt Hill structure fire. In fact, Cal Fire is reminding people to check their indoor alarms because this week is 'Fire Prevention Week.'

It could save your life. The National Fire Protection Association conducted a survey that showed the public had several misconceptions about smoke detectors, putting them at risk in...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 12:23

DEL NORTE- The Del Norte County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help on locating a wanted sex offender.

A 'Be on the Lookout,' or 'BOLO' has been issued for 53-year-old Guydon Blaine Curven. Curven failed to register as an offender. He is known to frequently visit Smith River and Curry County. 

If anyone sees him, officials ask to not approach him. Instead, contact...

Post date: Thu, 10/13/2016 - 12:15

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - We told you about the planned closures of three skilled nursing facilities in the area. Well, a planned protest is scheduled for Thursday.

The North Coast Peoples Alliance along with National Union of Healthcare Workers are some of the organizers of the event which will take place from 4:30 to 6 pm at Pacific Rehabilitation and Wellness Center at 2211 Harrison Street...

Post date: Wed, 10/12/2016 - 23:28